RE Teacher - Bounce Teachers

RE Teacher


Job type


£32,407 – £48,055 per annum

Start date

March 2023

Are you looking for a new role teaching Religious Education at a Secondary School in the London Borough of Enfield?

The Role:

  • Availability to start as soon as possible
  • ECT’s and experienced teachers can apply
  • One year contract
  • Teach Religion to KS3 and KS4 students
  • Full-time: Monday to Friday

To be considered for this role you should have:

  • Qualified Teaching Status
  • Full UK right to work status
  • Strong classroom management skills with the ability to forge strong relationships with students and staff alike.

We will be reviewing applications for this role immediately, so if you have experience of teaching Religious Education in a school or alternative provision setting, please click ‘APPLY’ on this job post to get started.

Job Information

Job Reference: 126462136_1673457088
Salary: £32,407 - £48,055 per annum
Salary From: £32407
Salary To: £48055
Job Industries: Education and Training
Job Locations: Enfield, London
Job Types: Permanent
Job Skills: Teacher

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